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to be the post master general in ottawa. they take them over a week period and canada post has a contractor go out. we have two kinds of mailboxes in canada. one are the drop boxes that the mail carriers use, those are the gray ones that are mostly getting tagged: other ones red letter boxes where you are dropping off your mail. those have been wrapped now and we found very little graffiti on the wrapped boxes. we are quite excited that canada post is going to be changes their policies with respect to the gray boxes and they are actually eliminating them. >> that's what we're seeing in arizona, utility companies, whether it's gas, cable, water, their boxes are being tagged. the utility companies making millions of dollars in profit don't want to pay for the clean up because they consider themselves the victim. >> we started serving tickets on them. >> interesting too as far as the boxes, the can canadian postal service has come up with a very busy deco design that is really, it looks very, very nice but if you put a tag on it you can't see the tag. that's been extremely effective. those
of kindness. >>> mike marina of ottawa, canada, was inspired by that meteor that was caught on all those dash cam videos in russia. he wanted to catch something spectacular, too. and he did. here he is merging on to a freeway. watch this truck up ahead. notice what's rolling. >> oh, the axle. >> the truck lost the axle and tires off the back and he witnessed the whole thing on his dash cam. and you can hear his reaction. >> what the [ bleep ]. >> which is what a lot of people might have said if they saw that. the interesting thing is, he saw the driver get out of the truck. as you can see, he's climbing out all by himself. >> how does the whole axle on a truck fall off like that? >> i think it's safe to say this is probably not operator error. >> what's unbelievable to me is it just rolled off the side of the road, nobody else hurt. >>> a motocross race gets off to a rough start when -- >> boom. >> that is a giant pileup. >> why the big wreck was no match for the riders. >>> and make your eggs with ease with the -- >> rolly egg master cooking system. >> but wait, there's more. >> see what els
marathon, bruins postponed tonight's home game against the ottawa senators. boston celtics scheduled to play the pacers tomorrow night cancelled that game. another tradition is red sox playing at fenway their game ended an hour before the explosion but they were still at the ballpark when it all happened we have video of the team arriving in cleveland for a three game series. they would not comment on camera about the bombings several players tweeted their condolences. >>> zimmerman, wearing 42 today honouring jackie robinson. he had no homers going into the game against miami until this, his first of the season maybe this is sparking his at bat. jordan zimmerman hits a complete game nats win 10-3. >>> wizards playing their second to last game of the season. black wreaked havoc on his former team, 20 points, 11 rebounds, they fought hard but lost tonight 101-106. >>> time to reel this week's toyota game of the week. go to usa today high
senadores ottawa fue postergado tras las explosiones que tomaron lugar en la recta final de la marato Ón, el duelo se llevarÍa a cabo en el td garden de boston. asi mismo se confirmo que en el basquetbol, los celtics recibÍan la visita esta noche de los pacers de indiana, partido que ya que fue cancelado. los deportistas de todo el mundo se unen para enviar su apoyo a las personas que vivieron este terrible acontecimiento. mientras tanto anoche solo dos equpos del area jugaron. en las grandes ligas jordan zimmerman lanzÓ un partido de seis hits, para su tercera victoria de la campaÑa, y los nacionales jugando en miami se recuperaron de un mal fin de semana para vencer anoche 10-3 a los marlins. ryan zimmerman bateÓ su primer jonron y tuvo cuatro empujadas para liderar una producciÓn de 16 hits por washington. zimmermann ponchÓ a seis y necesitÓ solamente 102 lanzamientos para el segundo juego completo de su carrera. los nacionales fueron barridos en tres juegos en casa por los bravos de atlanta el fin de semana, pero se desquitaron contra los marlins, que llegaron al partido con el p
on this, to paula newton on the phone in ottawa. and, paula, we understand there have been some arrests. what are you learning? >> well, i am learning that the police will brief us within half an hour, brooke, and one rcn police source telling us this was a plot, that was to target transport links in canada. would not say exactly what the nature of that was. and they say they had this plot, that people involved in this plot under surveillance for some time, they decided to make the arrest. brooke, we should point out that as of now there are no links to the boston marathon bombings. and no links to an earlier plot we learned of in algeria earlier this year where two canadians were also implicated. right now, this seems to be a plot that rcnp here in canada are uncovering. they'll give us more details in a few minutes. i should also say, brooke, this was apparently extensive help from u.s. intelligence and authorities. brooke? >> how long had authorities been watching these suspects? is there any indication? >> there is an indication it was at least several months. i can tell you from wh
-span: you do, though, point out in your book that at the first g7 in, i think, ottawa, that president reagan was so amicable that he used everyone's first name. >> guest: yes. c-span: but they called for informal dress, and you didn't like that. >> guest: no. we were at what is called a very big log cabin hotel, montebello, not far from ottawa, which was lovely. they had done everything possible to make it very nice for us, and it was. but i think that when you're going to a summit of heads of state in government, your own people expect you to be formally dressed. and so, though we were asked to be informal, i much, myself, preferred to be wearing a suit, just as i would normally. c-span: "his style of work and decision-making was apparently detached and broad-brushed, very different from my own" -- ronald reagan. those are your words. what's the difference in the style of working between you and ronald reagan? >> guest: ronald reagan knew exactly the broad general direction in which he wished to go -- so did i -- but i had to do things in much more detail; first, because i was concerned to
is in ottawa with the latest. paula? >> police say the attack was not imminent at all. they say the threat is real. these people wanted to kill people. they wanted to hurt people. they were very sensitive about the fact that the attack was not imminent. why? they were listening in for months on this plot. they were putting the pieces together, bugging homes and cell phones to find out what this plot is about. they were not canadian citizens. they had been in the country for several months. and, erin, they were also tipped off by the muslim community itself that they apparently led them to believe that these two people were plotting something. they didn't know what. and that's what gave them the tipoff to be able to bug them. peter king says this was indeed a train from toronto to new york. that is something that the police here will not confirm for us. there are chilling details about that mass attack. that comes right out of al qaeda. they say the bam was to hurt people, kill people and cause economic damage. >> paul yashgs thank you very much for reporting from ottawa. up next, the attor
stop by several times a day to shoot-up. >> and paula newton joins us now from ottawa, canada. you see in other places in the world where people can inject or needle exchanges and things like that. is there any evidence that this actually works in terms of addiction level? >> reporter: that's a controversial question, it's a controversial topic. look, michael, they say the people at insite that run this center say in establishing a relationship in giving these people a safe environment that they can actually feed their addiction, it is absolutely feeding their addiction, they say they build a relationship and that can lead to fulfilling effective rehab. the statistics though are a matter of debate. and that is one of the reasons that this becomes so controversial. people are thinking, look, where does this end? we are paying for them to shoot-up? we want to pay to cure them to rehabilitate them if that's even possible. >> and the one thing i don't understand is is there an emphasis on getting them off the drugs? i mean, is that part of this program as well people are paying for? >> rep
endured. paula newton, cnn, ottawa. >> we continue to follow that story. there is another case similar to her's in california. police arrested three teenage boys in the alleged sexual assault of a girl nailed audrey pott. she is 15 years old and committed suicide after pictures of that attack were posted online. still to come, it's being called an abortion clinic horror. how did it happen? and why isn't it being reported? we have a special report from a to z on this story. >>> a german hacker claim he can hijack a plane using only a cell phone. do his claims add up? >>> and tonight's shoutout, a wild police chase in hawaii caught on camera. the suspect, a chihuahua. traffic cameras spotted the dog running along onest busiest highways in the state. police officers gave chase. they tried to corner the little guy but he kept getting away. guy tried to get out of the truck. he kept getting away. he kept getting away. this is what happened as a result of what you saw, that was the morning rush hour. 20 minutes later, that means the traffic was over an hour, the dog surrendered. tonight we g
years, our collaborative approach has led to arrests and several convictions, including one in ottawa, one in quebec, and the 11 individuals in toronto. these successful arrests and convictions demonstrate the expertise and the effectiveness of our integrated team. we could not have successfully completed this investigation without the collaboration of our partners at the local, national, and international level. on behalf of the rcmp i express our appreciation for their tremendous support. i am pleased that some of these partners have been able to join us today. even with these successes, it is very important that canadians remain vigilant, protecting canada's national security requires the awareness and active engagement of all of our citizens. a meaningful response to these threats begins on canadian streets and in canadian homes, and the rcmp works with all their partners, including communities across canada, in the fight against terrorism. the public is always encouraged to bring any suspicious activities to -- >> shepard: i think we got our answer in the first minute. the statem
. paula newton is in ottawa with the latest. paula, how close were they to actually carrying out the attack? >> reporter: erin, police are saying the attack was not imminent at all but say the threat was real that these people wanted to kill people, they wanted to hurt people. they were sensitive about the fact that the attack was not imminent. why? they were listening in on this plot and putting the pieces together, bugging their homes and cell phones to try to figure out what the plot was about. they were not canadian citizens and in the country several months and they were tipped off by the muslim community that they apparently led them to believe these two people were plotting something. they didn't know what and that gave them the tip off to bug them. congressman peter king says this was a train from toronto to new york. that's something that police here will not confirm for us. certainly chilling details about that kind of a mass attack which we know comes out of the play book for al qaeda. again, trying to lay a bomb and they say hurt people, kill people and cause economic
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department. the boston bruins, the hockey team canceled the game against the ottawa senators. the commissioner ed davis says the blast -- i said earlier that i am now informed and imagine speaking over a period of time and you will make mistakes. as a new yorker i said the jfk airport and i did not mean that. i meant the jfk library. the jfk library explosion was at 4:30 p.m. it has been announced as an unrelated explosion, but actually an explosion that could be related to the boston marathon explosions. at this p oi nt we do note know. i am getting new information and this is through a person of interest is now in custody. as the new york post newspaper which is owned by the parent company of this network was first to report, fox news has confirmed that authorities in boston are in fact guarding a person of interest who is currently in a hospital there. the person has severe burns. our sources say that authorities have yet to determine whether he was a victim or perpetrator. this is not that unusual. anybody who for any reason might raise any suspicious in the aftermath wou
hockey league cancelled the game between the ottawa senators and bruins. it's all so police can concentrate on the aftermath in boston. who in boston feels like playing anything at this moment? the boston police department put out a call today for video of the finish line. any civilians who may have been taking video in fact area. peel did respond to the call from the police. police asked people to go home, not to stand around in large crowds. then they cordoned off streets in the immediate area. subway line is closed, with hotels evacuated, it was not clear that marathon runners from out of town would have a place to sleep. one of the remarkable things today is seeing the people of greater boston starting to post offers of shelter on message boards. extra bed and couches to sleep four to five plus floor space. i will come pick up anyone who needs a place to stay, i will do whatever i can. so much of the response makes sense in a that's what humans do kind of way. this attracts elite runners from around the world. you need to have finished in just over three hours to qualify, th
even derail or target a train from canada into the united states. paula newton, cnn, ottawa. >> iran denies all allegations that al qaeda is operating inside its borders and deny nice connection to the terror plot in canada. >>> here is something you may want to me if you're taking a trip. the u.s. transportation security administration is holding off on a plan you may have heard of to now allow passengers to carry small knives on commercial aircraft. just three days before the new rule was to go into effect. the tsa was under pressure from lawmakers and others who are worried that the change might compromise flight safety. no one really wanted to see those knives on board. officials say they will delay the rule so they can further review comments from the public. among the most vocal opponents, no surprise, unions representing flight attendants. >>> the fbi's top ten most wanted criminalist is down to nine tonight. 31-year-old eric toth was a former private school teacher in washington who is wanted on child pornography charges. officials say the explicit images were discovered on a
week canada announced plans to build a memorial in ottawa, the only former allied nation without one. >> ifill: you can watch videos from today's ceremony online, including speeches from president clinton and elie wiesel. find those on our youtube page. >> woodruff: now, our look at how social media affects and infects the world we live in. newshour political editor christina bellantoni is here with the daily download team. >> reporter: we learned last week that a tweet can send markets crashing in a matter of minutes. how can news outlets protect themselves from hack? and how difficult is it to stop something once it goes viral? we discuss the issue with it two journalists from the web site daily download. lauren ashburn and howie kurtz. thanks for being here. last tuesday we saw that the associated press sent out this tweet to 1.9 million followers. what exactly happened here? >> the tweet, as you can see here, says "breaing: two explosions in the white house and barack obama is injured." everybody went crazy online. it was retweeted 1,800 times to the associated press with almost
announced plans to build a memorial in ottawa, the only former allied nation without one. >> woodruff: you can watch videos >> ifill: you can watch videos from today's ceremony online, including speeches from president clinton and elie wiesel. find those on our youtube page. >> for more now on the jason collins store i'm joined by lz granderson. specifically for the nonsports fans, why was this taken so long in prosports and why is it a big deal now? >> well, one of the reason it's taken so long in professional sports is because there's a sense in the lockerroom that a openly gay male player would not be safe. that his job would be in jeopardy and his health could be at risk especially if he is playing a collision sport or a team wouldn't sign him, cut him or waive him if he is playing football. the threat of your livelihood and health for many, many years was the reason why athletes were so hesitant to come out. as far as it being a big deal now it's the a big deal in the sense it's a first player but if you look at the arc of the lbgt movement not i'm not sure it's as big in other words
is joining us live from ottawa, canada. it is such a tragic, tragic story. i understand that her mother now is speaking out about her life, her death and the circumstances around all of this. >> yeah, suzanne. imagine how tough it is for this story -- for this family to really talk about this story so soon after she died. they're going to have a funeral for her this weekend. but her mother saying, look, i want everyone to know what happened to my daughter, and i want to know how it happened. so apparently her daughter was at a party, everyone started drinking. her daughter says at least four boys gang raped her. what happened afterwards, suzanne, was a picture of this alleged incident was circulated on social media. and after that her mother says that the bullying, the insults were just relentless. i want you to hear now from lea parsons. >> one girl that was her friend put on her status, sluts need to leave this school anyway. just bullying and boys that she didn't know send her messages, you want to have fun, you did it with my friends, why don't we get together. it's just -- was nonstop.
ottawa, canada. paula, when the attack happened a year and a half ago now we understand, police said there wasn't enough evidence to file charges. have they changed their minds now? >> they're not saying that they've changed their minds, fred. what they are saying is, look, we're going to take a fresh look at the case. so that means that they're going to look at how they handled the evidence they have and pleading with people to come forward with more evidence. but the province itself is looking at how the school board might have handled this, how any official could have done something to really look at the bullying situation before it got out of hand and what steps were taken. but, you know, this is causing outrage here in this country obviously also online for many reasons that people can relate to. fred, even our prime minister steven harper is saying, look, i'm raising a teenage daughter. of course this whole thing sickens me, but i want you to listen now to what he said after that. >> bullying to me has a connotation of kind of kids misbehaving. what we are dealing with in some
's on the phone from ottawa, canada. paula, what do we know about the case right now? >> well,s right now we no that -- montreal, 30 years old, was arrested as was a 35-year-old. a plot to derail trains, police are characterizing this as a real threat to kill people, hurt economy.and a threat to the you know, they are cautious in saying that this was an imminent threat but it was not an aimminent but no less a very real threat. what's interesting here, jake, is they refused to release any information regard the search warrants. i tell you they have a good handful of plots under surveillance right now, and i've been briefed on a few of them. what they do is they continue from the very instant they seize on communication or anything that is suspicious, they then start to try and gain the authority to be able to bug their mobile phones, bug their homes, do whatever they need to do to keep the public safe. it seems to be what's happened at this point in time. they still say that the searches -- that the execution of those search warrants is ongoing, which is key what they find there. will they f
that we do have is to ottawa canada. nationwide, the most significant are coming out of the new york area. stuart: it is very limited pain attributable to sequester cuts at this point. rich: i would say so, stuart. stuart: it is limited pain as long as it is not you. very good stuff. thank you very much indeed. take a look at the apartment. it is a two-bedroom, two bath in chicago. we want you to guess how much it would rent for. investors are snatching up investors to rent them. wait until you hear how much it would cost per month. that will be coming on this program. ♪ watch out. here it comes. a big new tax that almost all of us will have to pay. it came out of nowhere. here is my take on the internet sales tax. maybe we should run that nancy pelosi soundbite yet again. the one where she says you have to pass obamacare to find out what is in it. we first heard about a week ago. it was not until the weekend that the details were actually disclose. we have a huge tax increase jet dropped on us with no time for real debate. just like that. you can tell they are desperate to rush this th
a prostitution ring, enslaving young girls out of this ottawa townhouse. luring their victims through social media, pitching them out to johns, some who raped them, others who sent them home after realizing they were sex slaves. one of these alleged ring leaders even boasted about it on twitter called her victims hos tweetsing she was the female quote/unquote bill gates. they had cell phone photos and along with names and phone numbers of mens willing to pay for sex. i were recruited from online sites like lava quest. we're joined by john walsh, live from new york. john, good to see you here. a lot of questions come to mind. first for me when you think of sex slavery, i don't think of ring leaders being 15 and 16-year-olds. does that help them? i don't know, lure these yuger victims? gain trust? >> i think you're right, brooke. you know, social media can be a great tool. the internet's a wonderful, wonderful super information highway, but it's also a dangerous place. so these younger gals have figured out how to exploit other girls. for example, know is in canada which has problems, but the
a prostitution ring out of this apartment complex. this is ottawa. 215 -year-olds and a 16 -year-old girl arrested last june prosecutors say the girls used social media to lure other teenagers into the business, charges include human trafficking and factual assault. a fourth teenager facing similar charges in her trial is yet to come. if convicted the girls could be sentenced as adults. >> sunny skies around the bay area this afternoon cooler conditions that we saw yesterday live look to the bay bridge toll plaza not a cloud in sight. another look outside from the san mateo bridge. little hazy in this camera shot view high clouds out there again mostly sunny conditions temperatures right now sitting in the 60s and 70s yesterday in 70s and 80s about 10 degrees cooler today. seventy-six in napa 73 in concord, currently 73 in sunnyvale as well 65 in oakland temperatures dropping to the 50s right now near the coastline but we were in the 60s earlier this afternoon. also a little breezy up there today wind speeds generally in the teens right now 70 miles an hour sustained at half moon bay golf
several years working in the federal government in ottawa, both for the prime minister and as a senior to the minister for external affairs, the foreign minister of canada. she then turned in her career to focusing on human rights, and she worked on human rights education, policy and legal reform in south africa, in mozambique and other countries in africa, in the balkans, and in a number of countries in asia. while doing that, she had the opportunity to work alongside nelson mandela after the end of apartheid in south africa, and then representing the united nations, she was one of four of the international election commissioners who organized afghanistan's first-ever parliamentary elections in 2005. with that broad international experience, she's also deeply rooted in alberta, where she practiced law for a number of years. she was first elected to the legislative assembly in 2008. she served as justice minister for three years and then became the leader of alberta's progressive conservative party and premier in october 2011. and she's very much at the forefront in her work in seeking
and parliament in ottawa. the members of parliament have asked the question. and the response from dhs is it's been a success. we have spotted so many people. they haven't said anything to clarify whether those are example of success or whether those are example of cases which they deprived people of the right. those are not necessarily people convicted of anything. mostly again when success they talk about arrest and you look at it -- [inaudible conversations] >> truthfully looking at the recent history of attempt -- [inaudible] it might be more worthwhile to spend the agency on basic training for american citizens how to disarm a terrorist. >> it's worthing note that terrorists caught isn't suspect the only initial success. it has a deterrence effect as well. there might be a number to decline what they are planning -- [inaudible] given that if that's the major benefit we can have the machine not elect any information at all and run people through them to think they are being -- [laughter] >> we're running short on time. i have a couple of burning questions. are will others from the audien
in brussels in ottawa, members have drafted this question in the response from dhs is this has been a success because they stopped so many people from traveling. we haven't said anything to clarify those six temples of success or whether they're examples of cases they have deprived people of their rights. those are not necessarily people convicted of anything and if act appears in general they haven't. impress for success, they look at it and it struck arrest. >> truthfully looking at the recent history of attempted bombing, it might be more worthwhile to spend money and receive training on how to disarm the terrorists. >> it is worth noting terrorist card isn't the only success in a program like this. it has a deterrence effect as well and there might be some her for the decline to try what they were planning. given that, we could have been machines not collect any information at all and when people through them to make them think they're being this way. but they run short on time. are there any others in the audience before we can clute? i have two questions. i'll start with the curveball.
interchange. we're slowly recovering here in the south bay on highway 85 out of the ottawa valley coming from cupertino toward saratoga. accident occurred earlier in both directions tying up the ride. anny . thank you george we're seeing reconditions this morning but nothing compared to yesterday's. with all the blue sky on our mount tam camera is still shaking with the wind this morning. we're seeing reconditions toward livermore in concord. right now a more sunshine for the rest the bay area for today and tomorrow. warmer conditions this afternoon. plenty of sunshine for tonight. clear skies and temperatures will be fairly mild. wind's day we're looking at sustained winds of 13 for novato the same in half moon bay. out toward vallejo and conquered much when their conditions. copper to to to. when the gust you had won about 60 mi. per hour just in the last hour according to the national weather service there is still very breezy conditions for our east, in an valley locations. >> more details on the warmer coming this way a bit later here is darya. >> thank you anny . we have breaking news
and even less in the agricultural state of ottawa. and we are bringing our missions down as far as quickly as possible alberta became the first jurisdiction in north america to require large industries to curb greenhouse gas emissions through legislation. since 1990 come our energy industry has reduced greenhouse gas emissions per barrel of oil that is produced on average by 29%. our coal-fired power plants have taken roughly 200 million cars off the wrote so that we can replace them with cleaner alternatives. the inclusion of alcohol and biodiesel is a requirement. we are also pushing ahead this plan to capture and store as much of the carbon as possible. the government is providing $1.3 billion in funding for two large-scale carbon capture and sequestration projects. these are major commitments for province of only 3.8 million people. smaller than the metropolitan dc area. but we are undertaking a because we know it's the right thing to do. we are not just limiting pollution. we put a price on it. we put a price on carbon. since 2008, the legislative price on carbon helps us support 49 c
at the boston marathon. let's go straight to cnn international security correspondent paula newton in ottawa, canada. she has the very latest. tell our viewers what we know about this alleged plot involving al qaeda elements in iran. >> reporter: well, police here saying really that it was a real threat to kill people, to hurt people, but they do stress, wolf, it was not an imminent threat but a real one. they had these men under surveillance for several months, two young men, one 30, one 35. neither are canadian citizens and they have been here for several months. they do say there was a certain amount of surveillance done at the train station to try and determine exactly what kind of character the plot would take. what's key here is they're executing search warrants. those search warrants will show if they do indeed find the elements of any kind of equipment that would have helped in their derailment plan or if they were still in what we call aspirational stages of a plot. and police were very clear with us, wolf, that they still don't know that. the other thing, wolf, that's intriguing an
and they carry out a of attacks i must say canada, they are repeatedly attacking ottawa and is a series of attacks we don't do anything to stop the pattern from continuing, the canadians would have the same right to carry out drone strikes against the group attacking them as we claim to have in the case of pakistan. it may be a very beneficial thing to create rules and regulations, but they will have implications for us as well. >> thomas informed earlier five-minute bus. what i would take three questionnaires. but it would give us your questions and sit down and that the best you can in the remaining time. would that be okay? thanks, guys. >> one of the biggest things we have going on with the unconventional warfare is the fact we are not fighting a state bound enemy is winning hearts and minds of the people in countries we are in for now seemingly going against us because we fire more and more missiles. the consensus of how we went or not when, km drone warfare coincided the hearts and minds of people of these countries? >> if president obama in the united states government had planne
. the winner is david from ottawa. congratulations. meanwhile, normal or nuts? it's a question everybody asks from time to time. it's something we posed to our own dr. keith ablow every week. he joins us now to answer some e-mail. good morning to you, doctor. >> good morning. how are you? >> steve: i'm doing fine, although brian kind of scared me with that alligator. one inch from my face! am i normal or nuts? >> you're normal. very normal. >> steve: good. here is the first e-mail. my cousin is a very picky eater. she is always looking at the content in food and will almost never eat something without seeing exactly what is in the food. normal or nuts? >> listen, i'm going to say that's normal. number one, it's a little unusual, but we're going to say normal. why? there are a lot of preservatives now, so many artificial ingredients in the foods. eating natural is very tough. and listen, i'm loath, very reluctant to assign the term nuts to anybody who wants more control today over what they eat, what they do, because guess what? there are too many sheep. we're being encouraged to be entitlemen
'm finished here today, i'm flying to a conference in ottawa to meet with my international regulatory counterparts. the nrc's international engagement plays a significant role in informing our work. there's a lot to learn from what others are already doing. this has been proven to us time and again, particularly in the area of operating experience. conferences like this are also important for the same reason, and i just want to note that there are quite a few folks from the nrc attending this conference. and i see a table full of them over here. [laughter] regulatory bodies provide an essential perspective in the global non-proliferation discourse. it's the absence of regulatory controls that impede access to peaceful uses of nuclear technology, not the other way around. the more we are able to advance that message, the greater the chances will be that nuclear materials are being used safely and securely worldwide. this, in turn, will contribute to continued successful implementation of the npt. i'm thankful for the opportunity to share these thoughts with you today, and now i'm looki
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